Lithuanian Art Museum

  • Bokšto g. 5, Vilnius
  • +370 5 262 80 30

The Lithuanian Arlietuvos dailės muziejust Museum is a public institution which aims to collect, preserve, study and research, promote art valuables. Originally founded in 1933, the museum is one of the oldest and leading institutions of its kind in the country, the member of ICOM (International Council of Museums). It is distinguished for its rich Fine Arts collection that totals to about 230-thousand exhibit items which represent Old and Contemporary Master Paintings, Sculpture Prints and Drawings, Applied and Folk Art as well as rare amber stone and jewellery specimens and other museum objects.

Geographically the museum covers nearly all the territory of Lithuania through the network of its branch museums, including Vilnius Picture Gallery, the Museum of Applied Arts, Museum of the Radvilas Palace, the National Art Gallery that are located in the country’s capital city Vilnius, as well the Clock Museum and Pranas Domšaitis Gallery in Klaipėda, the Palanga Amber Museum in Palanga and the Museum of Miniature Arts in Juodkrantė.

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